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GENTLE TOUCH Makeup Remover - 4.3 oz
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on 3/17/2016 4:54:00 PM
More reviews by hebrides
Age: 56 & Over
Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium
This removes mascara, but it's annoying. You need to use a lot of cotton balls to get all the mascara off, while keeping the eyes tightly shut, then rinse it off and repeat with more cotton balls to get all or most of your mascara off. It's just as irritating as other brands and it is quite oily. I can't recommend it. I didn't buy this - it came free with some mascaras. I'd never buy this again. I seriously would rather use soap and water before I'd use this again. It does work though if you don't mind the mess and don't have super sensitive eyes. Note: this did not give me a rash. I just don't like it.Update: I have learned to appreciate this. If you do one eye at a time you don't have to keep working on it and using all the cotton. It's not irritating to me if I rinse it off quickly. It does work and it's about as good as the Vichy. I am grateful that I found two removers that my eyes can tolerate. I think the Vichy is slightly better.
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on 10/30/2015 4:50:00 PM
More reviews by StinaBaby
Skin: Combination, Tan, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium
I tried this product as i heard it was a cheaper version of my lancome eye makeup remover.Not a horrible product. A bit expensive for a drugstore brand, but it gets the job done. It does leave a greasy film, but i dont just stop my makeup removal process at my eyes. I follow up with removing my face makeup. And then do a cleansing wash followed by witch hazel and my moisturizer and night serum.
on 8/18/2015 9:22:00 PM
More reviews by Lady5andy
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium
This is a great makeup remover that I keep in my bathroom for when I use waterproof makeup. I use Bioderma for non-waterproof products, but If I wear waterproof, I use this. It's similar to me to Clinique sensitive eye makeup remover for waterproof, and also similar to Lancôme Bifacils, so if you use either of those, you might want to try this one. Also, the smell is soft and non irritating, and it doesn't sting my eyes at all. I think the price is alright, like really less expensive that both options I stated before, however I think it's still expensive for a drugstore brand, considering the fact that I kinda use a lot for each time I use waterproof makeup.
on 12/13/2014 1:49:00 AM
More reviews by jumbojuice
Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine
It's a cheaper version of makeup remover I use from Lancome. Its takes off my makeup and doesn't irritate my skin. The price is good too.
on 11/24/2014 9:34:00 AM
More reviews by jgoreham
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine
Takes everything off! I am between bottles right now, can't wait for payday, my bottle of rapeseed oil in the bathroom looks a little eccentric :s I find this eye makeup remover really cuts through the heaviest eye makeup applications and gets it all off. I usually apply with a cotton pad, and afterwards, will gently wipe off any remaining eye makeup (and eye makeup remover) with a dry pad. Works good on waterproof, too!
on 5/25/2014 10:34:00 PM
More reviews by courtisane
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool
Horrible product! I tried it once years ago and I remember it leaving a greasy film on my eyelids and made them red and itchy. How is this for "sensitive eyes"?
on 7/21/2013 9:25:00 PM
More reviews by andies6
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
This is my go to makeup remover since I have started wearing makeup pretty much. When we are young for some reason we love waterproof makeup as if it's supposed to be a better deal, and this is seriously the only bad boy capable of doing the job. It's easy to remove make up if you wash with water, dry your face and use a make up remover. There isn't much make up left to remove except perhaps foundation and the residue of black everywhere. So usually other make up removers can do a decent job. So what happens when it's waterproof? Seriously this guy does it. I swear by this make up remover for 10+ years now at the least.I have tried other make up removers by clinique and of course the 'legendary' drugstore brands. I want to switch over as I actually find the bottle expensive as opposed to the other reviews I am seeing! It's pretty much $14 after taxes and last me never more than 3-4 months. That's after blotting a cotton pad only three times. Which is great with the bottle screw top. Originally the bottle screw top was flimsier and easier to open up (danger when traveling!), then they had some push down/open one and tons was being wasted,... now they are back to the screw top but the whole entire cap is screw top so it;s super secure!! I stock up like a mad woman on this make up remover when traveling as my job requires lots of make up and I can't trust some brands overseas. So the cap is amazing cuz I don't have to worry about it leaking in my zip loc bag like it used to. Now it never leaks, ever. Also, this isn't oily. I remember when I first started using it that the recommendation on the bottle or somewhere said something like rinsing/splashing water with face at least 15 times until it feels like you actually got rid of the remover. Otherwise you just volunteered to use an oil based moisturizer. But for removing make up this is much needed! All those years of eye make up - no one should be rubbing their eyes so hard.So far I have not found a cheaper alternative but it works and products I swear by have been tried and tested in all scenarios possible.Also - to add, a very big, big deal for me. This make up remover doesn't sting my eyes at all and I have very sensitive eyes. On another note, what's even more amazing is I can actually remove make up while wearing my disposable contacts without any sting or problems after rinsing! Now that's magic if there was ever an emergency I had to switch make up over for my job. Just goes to show how gentle it is but a tuff worker.
on 2/2/2013 12:46:00 PM
More reviews by amanda23
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
I was not pleased with this product. I bought this because it specified that it was for sensitive eyes and it claimed to be Canada's No. 1 eye makeup remover. This was extremely oily. I woke up the next morning with the beginning symptoms of a stye and later on in the day noticed I had produced a small whitehead in my undereye region(sexy). When I stopped using this, it went away. I haven't gotten a stye in over 10 years and I'm pretty sure it was from this. Just too heavy and oily
on 12/30/2012 9:35:00 PM
More reviews by Vickysweetie
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Not Sure
I actually love this product, it does leave an oily feel after you use it, but it goes away quickly, it works really well, and I do recommend.
on 6/28/2012 11:27:00 AM
More reviews by Iamsheherazade
Iï¿½ve used up one bottle of the two I purchased on a 2 for 1 special offer at my local drugstore. Here is my routine: I take a cotton square and soak it with the remover then swipe my eye, I then take a fresh square and repeat on the other eye. I repeat this for both eyes again (essentially using it twice on each eye) and find it still does not remove all my mascara. I find it does sting a bit and leaves me with a greasy residue. I then have to use a cold cream style product to clean up the rest of my mascara. Note: Currently using Maybelline Plush to give you an idea of the type of mascara. I digress, to get to the point - my review is I do not recommend.,.-~*Â´Â¨Â¯Â¨`*Â·~-.Â¸-Iamsheherazade-,.-~*Â´Â¨Â¯Â¨`*Â·~-.Â¸ continued >>
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